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Logical, analytical and interested in developing research and technical skills? Want to be able to make informed decisions about your health, the environment or technological advancements?

... then study our wide range of highly successful separate science or applied science courses. You will receive excellent teaching and learning and have access to our learning centres. You’ll be based in our new purpose built laboratories and lecture rooms at the new Maths and Science Centre which is midway between the main Hele Road centre and the other Queen Street sites.

Potential progression options for courses in this subject area include:

  • University courses in subjects such as applied forensic science
  • A career in pharmacy, medicine, chemistry, chemical engineering, Biochemistry, dentistry, veterinary science and related health subjects or computer science
  • Employment in a variety of roles including laboratory technician, crime scene investigator and the police or fire service
Did you know?

Exeter College hosted the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Careers Fair, giving students the opportunity to find out about careers in these subjects.

We offer Applied Science (Forensic Science) which gives students the opportunity to attend mock crime scenes.

What our students are saying

I have really enjoyed the activities in class such as making bath bombs and aspirin and learning in depth about particular topics like alcohol. I hope to go on to study medicine at university as it’s the career I have always wanted.

Emma, Chemistry A Level

I have really enjoyed the practicals on my course. I plan to continue to study Chemistry A Level to carry on learning new theories and build on the knowledge that I already have.

Sandip, Chemistry AS Level

Learners' progression to science degree courses is exceptional and many learners obtain places on the best university courses.

Ofsted, Inspection Report 2014
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